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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 15, 1912, Image 24',
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A CRAZY INN CAN YOU MAKE IT OUT?
The Outside Inn's the oddest inn of all the inns, no doubt.
For every time I've stopped arit, I've foundtheinriside out.
, "There's a sad case," said-Mrs.
Jones, as she laid the paper on-tier
knees and wiped her spectacles.
"A bride struck dumb after leav
ing the altar,.and'by last accounts
jiadn't receovered her speech:"
"It's the. way of the world; -my
dear," said old Mr. Jones, with a
sigh. "It's the way of the world.
Some men have. alLthe luck."
' An English-: gentleman one
everiingat .dinner' happened to
get a hair in hfs;soup,and, rais
ing it on' hrs-spoon, isaid to the
waiter.:, '' V. .' l-'
. TPat,. is.Ithis.an- Irish hair;
(hape)?;;-;. - - - --"
"Begorutis, sir'.saidTat, "but
it took annglish hound to catch